JACQUELINE DU PRÉ
In Portrait (DVD)



 

Jacqueline du Pré and the Elgar Cello Concerto, a documentary by award-winning film maker Christopher Nupen, explores the artistic personality of one of the finest performing musicians of the twentieth century, with the recurring theme of her special relationship with the Elgar’s melancholy Cello Concerto. The film begins with an account of what she did after the onset of her illness when she could no longer perform in public. It ends, at her own request, with a re-edited version of the original portrait film which sketches her childhood and the development of her musical talent, her meeting with Daniel Barenboim and their marriage in 1967, her special relationship with the Elgar concerto and, finally, a complete performance of the work with The New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Daniel Barenboim; a performance which has become legendary. This DVD portrait also includes Nupen's film The Ghost, which features a performance of Beethoven's Piano Trio No. 5. This is the first in a series of Christopher Nupen films on DVD. (From editorial description) DVD release September 21, 2004.

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Elgar, Sir Edward: Concerto for Cello in E minor, op. 85
New Philharmonia Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim

Beethoven: Trio for Piano and Strings no 5 in D major, Op. 70 no 1 "Ghost"
Daniel Barenboim - Piano;
Pinchas Zukerman - Violin;

WITH

Daniel Barenboim
Sir John Barbirolli
William Pleeth
(others)

 Jacqueline du Pré - Cello

A CHRISTOPHER NUPEN FILM

©2005 Allegro Films

Picture Format: 4:3/16:9 • Subtitles: GB, D, F • Sound Format: LPCM Stereo,
DD 5.1, DTS 5.1


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